Yes! Lamb is a great source of protein which helps build and maintain body tissue. It’s full of vitamin B12, niacin, essential amino acids, and dietary fats that are important to sustain your dog’s energy and keep her hair and skin healthy. Lamb is also good for dogs that have food sensitivities or are allergic to other types of meats.
Dogs can eat lamb:
- As an ingredient in canned or dry dog food.
- As a treat especially if it’s ground lamb rolled with a little chopped parsley and baked at 375 degrees! Avoid adding other seasonings as many are harmful or toxic to your dog.
- As dinner! Try a lamb stew with ground lamb, peas, potatoes, carrots, vegetable broth, and a little fresh ginger. Choose a sodium-free broth without additional seasonings.
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The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional veterinary help.